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Wednesday, 26 February 2020 16:37

Linda Jay Taylor Elliott

Linda Jay Taylor Elliott, 79, of Ebony, Virginia, died Tuesday, February 25, after a long illness, at home peacefully with her family. She is the daughter of the late John Garland and Eunice Taylor of Ebony. Ms. Elliott is preceded in death by two brothers, John Garland Taylor Jr. of Lawrenceville, Virginia, and Thomas Anderson Taylor (Sandi Taylor) of Freeman, Virginia. She is survived by two daughters, April Elliott of Virginia Beach and Amy Elliott of Ebony; one brother, Franklin D. Taylor (Connie Taylor) of La Crosse, Virginia; two sisters, Barbara Taylor Mumford (Jimmy Mumford) of Ebony and Kathryn Taylor Clary (John Drew Clary) of Lawrenceville; her closest friend, Rose Baird (Grover Baird) of Blackridge, Virginia; as well as four nieces, three grand-nieces and a grand-nephew. Ms. Elliott was a dedicated employee with Moseley & Nash Well & Septic, LLC, in Blackridge for more than 50 years. She worked with two generations of owners of the business, and considered Andy Nash and her colleagues there to be her treasured second family. The family will receive friends on Saturday, February 29, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at Williams Funeral Home, Lawrenceville. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Ebony Volunteer Fire Department, P.O. Box 34, Ebony, VA 23845 or to the Prospect Cemetery Association, P.O. Box 29, Ebony, VA 23845.
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3 comments

  • Comment Link Iris Wall Johnson Saturday, 14 March 2020 16:26 posted by Iris Wall Johnson

    Went to high school with Linda. She was friendly, had a ready smile, and was always positive. She was a joy to be around.

  • Comment Link Nancy Jones Prince Saturday, 29 February 2020 08:37 posted by Nancy Jones Prince

    Loved Linda, her girls and her family. May the sweetest of memories give them peace and comfort them.

  • Comment Link Angie Nash Thursday, 27 February 2020 10:00 posted by Angie Nash

    Linda welcomed everyone with a smile and a laugh whenever they came to the M&N office. She was a very special lady who will be missed.

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